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"Hi and welcome to a very short episode four, hundred eighty shut zinc. This is Bruce Williams from Shutt- zinc podcast dot com, and joining me via skype from Melbourne. Once again still in lockdown Mr Glenn lavender from creative workshops dot, com today you. The. Excellent. Why are we doing a short one? You tell me because in forty two minutes and thirty seconds. Nassar is launching the next Mars rover. Really. Finish. Perseverance, it takes off in forty two minutes from now we listened insist the name of. List. The. Thought I had to speak fast and keep the woods short. Misconstrued your meaning. Misconstrued and there's a long word. So I'm sorry for Moreton those lot. As you will week pain actually do this photo shoot. Wow. I actually went to work and did some. Other doing product shoot of black plastic box six hours. You should get logging, right? Six hours per for black box. Hello. Did it take six hours nine? I'm telling you say for six hours shooting. Happy of well. They're still the negotiators. And right for them yet, and and it's it's it's tricky at the moment earning money you're gonNA. Be Inspected. I'm the. Six hours doing all these different setups it was it was a black box trance coding box that you plug your camry into the trance code into whatever output via APP, what you want to and and. The filming each setup. So required the setups tracks every every setup time. In addition shoots and so on and so forth and you know my debt, my boxer. Good. But. It was a black box and student took. One Thousand and sixty six photos of a black box. Are you serious Yup Well Part of the problem was. Poor light because these these the airy cine cameras laughing almost no light. Light to shoot. So I'm trying to shoot a black box in black surrounding. handhelds without pushing. The is our Tony Stupid amount. I'm often shooting at one point four and of course getting dipped feels that law goes on in folks. All this stuff you got to try to see shoot multiple and then I bush, do that get any so the steadiness in my hands. Yeah. So. Yeah it was it was it was tricky. Machine twelve thousand eight hundred is. Because that's GONNA garbage. For. Product. Shots. You use any Phil Flesh? Die, flash it all. That's all. They had all that lodgings up constantly just as it was being on my. LAP AND CEPA random it was. Very. They really didn't give you much consideration. Did they. Of course I'm only. Why would they. That's the whole thing. It's like you asked me to come here and do a job, and then you hold me from the outset but looking at the back of the camera and love, dude is producing, which is important. And the best part of the whole job is guide mimic the cigarette identity. Noses get get them in gone. I. Didn't have to look through the Tasman Sixty six to see which good. Their problem, and then tonight, this product launch tonight at midnight. So we should we shot Monday APP until four thirty Monday afternoon, get all those images, edit all the images, get all the footage edited the footage, build web pages using the images and footage. And build everything and script and the video Albany for launch not.
De Blasio, Carranza roll out New York City school reopening plan
"York York City City must must submit submit it. it. School School reopening reopening plan plan to to Albany Albany Mayor Mayor De De Blasio Blasio talked talked about about it it at at his his daily daily briefing. briefing. He He says says schools schools will only open if the city's infection rate is below 3%. It's been under that percentage since June 10th parents can opt for distance learning for their Children. Otherwise, they'll be in class two or three days a week. And learning from home on the other day. If you're not feeling well in the morning, you have to stay home, and I want to emphasize that were saying that all parents if your child is sick, you must keep your child home. Everyone in school staff and students will be required to wear a face mask and maintain social distance masks will be provided. Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza says all staff will have to be tested before school starts. City will prioritize free testing for school based staff with 24 hour turnaround time results. For at any of the 34 city run testing locations. School based staff members are also encouraged to opt into monthly Covad 19 testing, which is critically important. If a case of Corona virus should crop up in the classroom, that room will be closed and remote learning will be implemented and if there are two Kofi cases at a school from different classrooms The entire building will be closed for at least 14 days.
New York Lawmakers Look To Do Away With Open Container Laws
"There are calls to do away with New York's open container laws with bars and restaurants now allowed to serve alcoholic drinks to go. WCBS is Steve Burns has been looking into this for us, and he joins us now. Steve, where these calls coming from. Kalinda. We know there are now Bill's in Albany, one of the Assembly one in the Senate that would repeal open container laws for the duration of the Koven emergency, and they really stand out of the belief The government is essentially contradicting itself. Right now, bars and restaurants are now allowed to serve alcoholic drinks to go as you said, some of them are doing itjust through. You know, a front window and supporters here say this is the government really telling you to break the law that public drinking was going to be inevitable with this going on? There's also a belief that banning outdoor drinking is going to lead to people gathering indoors, which is obviously much more dangerous in terms of spreading the Corona virus. Well, there are numbers available around how open container laws are being enforced now. So what do those numbers tell us, Right? That's AH, That's the other big part of this call that the ones who are paying the price for this a restaurants that are already struggling to survive. And disproportionately people of color. As we see. In the NYPD data, Gothamist published some numbers on the NYPD enforcement Since January, 91% of summonses went to people of color, black and Hispanic people, 7% went toe white people, which is obviously well out of whack from the general population. The other concern is restaurant enforcement. The state has been focusing most of its efforts on the city. Even though there's no evidence the problem is any worse here than anywhere else in the state. These lawmakers say We shouldn't be making life even harder for these restaurants that are struggling to survive as it
President Trump Deploys Federal Agents to More American Cities to Combat Violence
"Is supplying federal agents. Two more American cities to combat violence will work. Every single day to restore public safety, protect our nation's Children and bring violent perpetrators to justice. Speaking at the White House president says there's been an explosion of violence in numerous cities. He argues he has no choice but to get involved. Federal agents have been in place in Portland and local officials are demanding that they be removed. They claimed the presidents of federal agents is actually heightened tensions. Protests have been continuing in many cities since the death of George Floyd and unarmed black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis. Meantime there. De Blasio is joining Mayor's around the nation and fighting President Trump's decision, he says You signed on to a joint letter with dozens of mayors being sent to the attorney general and homeland security. I want to make it clear the presence of federal officers is not needed or well, we see these federal officers on our streets then we will see the Trump Administration in court. To stop it from happening. While President Trump continues to suggest federal enforcement to remedy the chaos going on in some U. S. Cities Governor Andrew Cuomo says none of that is necessary at this point in New York City. He says Albany is closely monitoring the situation, adding that he could declare a state emergency should the unrest warranted. He also said that if the government is worried about any particular federal assets being jeopardized, he can and will protect them. Cuomo spoke to the president yesterday. The two agreed to speak before any further action would be taken. The
Drive-Through Naturalizations Make New U.S. Citizens In The COVID-19 Era
"Ceremonies for new American citizens are 1/4 of July tradition. Tradition that needed some adjusting this fourth, a Steve Hartman discovered In America. You can get almost anything in a drive thru, including now this very happy spiel. You're going to raise your right thie oath of allegiance to become a U. S. Citizen. Congratulations. You want fries with that crazy is it looks. This is how the American dream now starts. Immigrants who have completed all the requirements of citizenship are pulling into parking lots from from San San San Diego. Diego. Diego. To To To De De De Moines Moines Moines to to to Detroit Detroit Detroit for for for socially socially socially distant distant distant naturalization naturalization naturalization ceremonies ceremonies ceremonies on on on Thursday Thursday Thursday in in in Albany, Albany, Albany, New New New York York York Thie Thie Thie U. U. U. S Citizenship and Immigration Services Minted 59 brand New American. So help me God and all from the cabins of their cars. Thank you so much. Thank you. This is Sashi. Kayla Savoia. So what is different now? In the five minutes that you've been a citizen, she emigrated from India. The feeling of elation and delight. I'm happiness we're gonna Florian with the oath of allegiance. Kwamie Asante came here from Ghana in the 19 eighties. So you've been waiting 38 years for this moment, just for which explains the suit and tie and reverence for his new country just to be an American. It's like close to paradise. Well, is giving me so many opportunities. Mommy works, is a respiratory therapist at Good Samaritan Hospital and suffer in New York. He's in the thick of this pandemic, but he says he's not scared. Not now. Congratulations. Now that he's a proud American. You're a U. S citizen, even if I died today. I'm okay. Now that you're a citizen. Corona virus has changed so many of our routines. Fortunately, there's no ruining moments of love and pride, Acceptance and gratitude. That's why not even a drive through ceremony. Khun Khun Dampen Dampen the the joy, joy, indivisible indivisible of of being being here here to to stay. stay.
Man convicted of stealing high tech trade secrets for China
"A man is found guilty in the San Jose courtroom of stealing high tech trade secrets for China a federal judge convicted a Chinese national of economic espionage stealing trade secrets and engaging in a conspiracy for the benefit of his country's government house saying was found guilty after a four day trial now this decision comes five years after saying was indicted for conspiring to steal technology from to come Albany's after he graduated from USC the secrets were stolen from thanks former employer Skyworks solutions Massachusetts of ogle technologies in San
Man convicted of stealing high tech trade secrets for China
"A man is found guilty in the San Jose courtroom of stealing high tech trade secrets for China a federal judge convicted a Chinese national of economic espionage stealing trade secrets and engaging in a conspiracy for the benefit of his country's government house saying was found guilty after a four day trial now this decision comes five years after saying was indicted for conspiring to to steal steal technology technology from from to to come come Albany's Albany's after after he he graduated graduated from from USC USC the the secrets secrets were were stolen stolen from from thanks thanks former former employer employer Skyworks Skyworks solutions solutions Massachusetts Massachusetts of of ogle ogle technologies technologies in in San San Jose and the tech is used to help filter out unwanted signals to smartphones the conviction part of efforts to crack down on China's alleged theft of U. S. patented technology
Flash flood watch for Washington, DC and surrounds, ahead of thunderstorms and heavy rain
"Well Hillary right now we have a severe thunderstorm warning well back to the west into portions of West Virginia and far western Maryland this includes parts of Washington County in Maryland Jefferson and Berkeley counties in West Virginia this severe thunderstorm warning in effect until six fifteen the biggest concern here would be winds gusting up to sixty miles an hour in addition to that closer to the district tracking an impressive thunderstorm just just north north of of Albany Albany out out of of the the Laytonville Laytonville every every other other Damascus Damascus lot lot of of lightning lightning and and thunder thunder this this is is is moving moving moving moving toward toward toward toward the the the the Sykesville Sykesville Sykesville Sykesville area area area area also also also also advancing advancing advancing advancing toward toward toward toward the the the the east east east east end end end end this this this this one one one one I I I I mean mean mean mean not not not not serious serious serious serious it's it's it's it's not not not not a a a a severe severe severe severe warning warning warning warning I I I I should should should should say say say say but but but but it it it it is is is is producing producing producing a a a lot lot lot of of of heavy heavy heavy rainfall rainfall rainfall out out out there there there so so so you you you do do do want want want to to to be be be prepared prepared prepared for for for some some some reduced reduced reduced visibility visibility is is there there into into portions portions of of Montgomery Montgomery and and Howard Howard counties counties and and then then another another impressive impressive little little store store about about around the bill we ARE just dumping a lot of rainfall and some storms at the top of the beltway right now to approaching the Beltsville area so tracking scattered showers and thunderstorms out there throughout the evening hours heavy rain the biggest concern tonight with the flash flood watch in effect for areas well north and west of metro area including Frederick County inverter in Maryland and Virginia until ten PM tonight as we approach ten eleven PM thunderstorms will start to wind down as a cold front moves through the area we cool into the mid sixties to low seventies tonight low to mid eighties on a really
100 Days of Cuomo: Governor ends daily COVID-19 briefings
"Well it began here in Manhattan on March second and ran on interrupted until today governor Cuomo's daily coronavirus briefings came to an end today and here's a short look back at some very unforgettable days for all of us first we're going to speak about the situation that was reported last night with the person who tested positive for the coronavirus that that woman is a health care worker she's thirty nine years old she had been working in Iran it is specific it's like looking at the weather map when they have different tracks for a for a hurricane prepare for the worst hope for the best good morning everyone I don't think anyone here today needs any introduction he has tested positive lives in Westchester works in Manhattan what we're going to do is focus on an area concentric circle around new Rochelle I have officially declared done a declaration of emergency which gives a certain powers if you have a ventilator and you are not using it at this time we wanted good afternoon everyone thank you for joining us we're going to take it to the ultimate step which is we're going to close the valve so we're going to put out an executive order today New York state on pause I don't see how you look at those numbers and conclude anything less than thousands of people will pass away because remember who it's a tacky it's attacking the vulnerable and corona virus in a nursing home can be like fire through dry grass only essential businesses can have workers commuting this is not a long weekend we're introducing New York state clean hand sanitizer so I say my friends there we go out there today and we kicked corona virus S. that's what I say when you see them on the street when you see them in a hospital please just say thank you my little brother I have one brother Christopher tested positive for coronavirus there is this you're looking for let's get after it let's get after it good afternoon because it only two options either you like the boyfriend in which case you say I like the boyfriend or you don't like the boyfriend but you can never say you don't like the boyfriend I learned this lesson the hard way and you look at where we are today one hundred days later later we are continuing our decline the rest of the country is still spiky how remarkable is that why we re opening because these numbers say we can the best serve real there of audio from just over three months of briefings from governor Cuomo ally covered there well I spoke to New York Post reporter Bernadette Hogan who had a front row seat for just about all of them right well first of all the wild hundred eleven days and especially considering you know all the focus is on Albany but for the entire state and that branched out to the entire country so and I think that I'm I'm used to covering state politics the governor of the state legislature very nitty gritty tiny thing but once you had a national stage and you realize that a lot of your reporting was going out to people who might not be privy to the insider tidbits about Albany on you've got to realize that it was it really was a privilege to have access to specially for my newspaper and you know it's a lot of pressure all the time at all times normally is but at the end of the day I think that a lot of a lot of good working out of it not only for my paper that my colleague well how effective do you think he was the fact that he had such wide coverage not at the New York but also nationally and a lot of people were tuning into both of these briefings as well as president trump it was always open of all the situations in pretty short order these briefings became must see TV not just here but nationally I want to ask why you think that is partially could be because what else was going on the rebel sport at one point everybody was very worried and focused for sure yeah I don't really worried I mean again like even as a reporter I had worried about my family and like my loved one not to mention a million other people and you realize like it really isn't about luck I was lucky enough to be able to be there to find out information to give that to others because and I think that the governor's breathing became so popular lately because he started a practice in a building in every day and he was talking to president trump and again with New York having the highest number of cases in the largest flare up you know we had that containment zone in new or shall wear that hot spot occurred and again like everyone looked in New York City as as setting the tone record California had their situation in San Francisco remember that whole debate with shelter in place in New York City mayor bill de Blasio going to New York under lock down and the governor came in is that we're not gonna do that because that looks like everyone else all eyes are on New York and and you know it got it got local national coverage do you think you can make the argument that people were looking for positive leadership she's able we're looking for something yeah they're looking for any sense of positive news one but they were looking for someone to tell them what was happening that's why people turn to the news and you know they they listen they read they watch because they want to know what's happening and and again how that's going to affect our lives that's why again as a reporter you are the conduit for that information so it was so important to have the daily briefing at the beginning especially because that's where a lot of the developments are coming out of and then all those news stories that would fall afterwards now I have to ask you about someone who actually covers the briefing every day a hundred and eleven days straight governor Cuomo did not take a day off I mean the governor and covering Albany just as it is I think is one of the greatest privileges and such a fascinating spot can be I mean I know people from New York City I'm from the city originally I lived out in Jersey and the kid but like I love her nominee because there's just so much history there so much there's a lot of power does not need a law making it very interesting thought being there every day I mean I I will need the right place at the right time and and I had to cover it and it was great and my colleagues in Albany are often you know that we we kind of are in a unique position because you know it I work for the New York Post right but I'm sitting next to someone who works for the New York times I share an office with someone who works for the Wall Street journal and we all are kind of they're competing but also supporting each other specially during a pandemic so it was very important to have that kind of support as well sure and because of the pandemic precautions you guys got will downsize of smaller groups sort of just a skeleton group of reporters who would cover him in the room and I understand that you guys would take time in the morning a few minutes before the briefings would start each day just to be a little social and be around other people and I understand you were the horoscope read for the I think they will kill me I know my mother will be like you you look at the horoscope hard why do you read a prayer but the reason I didn't they're doing that is because the print copy the postage is the greatest thing ever they they they actually print the worst upside due to medic reading you know after I practicing figured out okay what's my priority would begin to follow up on what was the front cover of the New York Post today well that act but then you know there was there we had to be some levity because at the end of the day like you're dealing with a lot of a lot of pain a lot of
College Athletes Forced To Sign Coronavirus Waivers To Return To Campus
"The last couple of days you certainly seen stories circulating the various schools are requiring players for voluntary workouts to sign waivers. We had Alan Green on earlier from Albany. said they talked about it. They decided not to. So. What does it really mean I? Know what it sounds like. It sounds really bad does heather has done some reporting on that and so much else, and she joins us from ESPN. Heather, great W on. It's always a pleasure. I know you know what it means, but I'll let you take the audience through the process. We said hello to you. Hey Paul. Thanks for having me on I. I think the best way to describe. It is through reporting, which is what Ohio state athletic. Director Gene Smith told me when I spoke to him last night and I asked him. Is this a way to protect yourself? Is it a liability issue? and His answer was no. This is not a legal document. That's why we're calling pledge, and that's because athletic directors throughout the country are concerned about what happens when these college kids leave the confines of Control of athletic facilities. And you know this is, this is the concern as departments are bending. Bending over backwards Paul to not only meet CDC guidelines, but to exceed them to protect these student athletes, but as soon as these players Wanna go to their favorite Taco bar to their girlfriend's house or the other bar whatever it might be all bets are off, so gene Smith is saying is we put this plan in place to try to get them to promise to us that? When they leave the athletic facilities, they will wear a mask. They will social distance. They will be responsible and do what they can to protect themselves the team and stop the spread of the corona virus. I'm glad you explained that. Because we've all been reacting with our is Eyebrows raised heather beyond that. You can't just look at your television and get a snapshot that the numbers are going up because we're. We're in a different spot here. Fourteen weeks in. We were weak, one two or three, but. Some of this negativity comes at really inopportune time as college football moves, everything else moves toward an opening what? What is your reporting? Tell you about where we are well. I've been on the phone all day. Actually trying to answer that question because things are changing and I spoke to Florida. Athletic Director Scott Stricklin today, because he's in Florida where cases arising, and he's still very optimistic. That college football is going to start on time and we're. They are located. I don't WanNa. Use the word safe, but they don't have a lot of cases within their outlet department right now in the community that they're in and you know I was on there. Zoom call last week with. With her doctors and they did a fantastic job again putting things in place to protect student athletes. Now you go to Houston where they had to shut down everything because there were not only six positive cases, but the keeping they were symptomatic. I don't know what to what degree, but that's important because it reminds everyone that they are student athletes. Yes, they are not invincible. Nobody knows exactly how this is going to impact the person that actually gets infected by so I think that's important to remember and I also talked to big twelve. Commissioner Bulls beat today. Yes I'm still very confident that we're going to have a college football season. You're going to see college football games, but it's going to be interrupted. It might be at levels at different places based on the resources that they have going to have outbreaks. Some schools will be able to handle them. Some schools will not and then finally I just hung up with Shane Lyons. Who is the chair of the Football Oversight Committee and he had a great quote, he said the coronavirus is controlling us. We are not controlling it. So as he said as I, sit here today I. Think we're going to have a college football season, but anybody who tells you that they actually know is lying.
A Former Nurse Discusses Restrictions As An Assisted Living Resident
"Ninety five year old Virginia Chandler is leading pretty active life in her assisted living facility in Albany Oregon until the crown of Irish shut everything down three months on restrictions are beginning to loosen and miss Chandler can now have visitors she couldn't even leave to run errands just get permission first that annoys her but as a former nurse Virginia Chandler understands what the lock down was necessary she told us about the restrictions under which she lives we see almost anyone as long as we stay six feet away from them we cannot go to another area for instance my friend is very ill they don't believe that she will live much longer I would love to go visit her but I can't and this isn't just from Mike Miller lite home this is true by the state I mean this is laid down the rules and then we're to follow what they want done and by the way ever governor has a different idea and different way of handling it some are opening their doors to everything and anything and that's not why it's either yeah so do you take your meals with friends yes but we can only one at the table one of the table so we say hello teacher yeah as you as you may have heard about more than twenty five percent of the people who have died from corona virus are in nursing homes and assisted care facilities yeah do you feel safe I feel safest for hence the people here they're very good so you're not worried about the coronavirus I am concerned from different standpoints I'm ninety five in December and so I am ready for the end of my life and prepared for I am concerned that bad of people well and I hope that our country begins to look at what is happening economic only medically emotionally emotions is the big problem right now because we've been locked up and down for such a long time and if we want to go like say to a picnic for instance one of my great granddaughter since graduating from high school I'd love to go there her graduation I'd love to go to her home for a party afterwards but I'm not going to be able to yeah well you know the experts say those restrictions are for your own safety yes of course yeah but that's for your physical and we're not made up of just the physical we're made up of the motion psychological ways of expressing ourselves so we're not an animal of physical side alone yeah sounds like a tough way to live but that you're very tough in your mind to well yes it's very hard to get up at the beginning of the day and know that you're not going to do anything except eat or watch something on TV and so it makes for a long day and once you've gone through months like we have and continue to look like we will it looks like a never ending plague it's not pleasant I wish I could say something of her of comfort but you wouldn't be fooled by that would you no nobody can fool somebody who's ninety five years old now yes Virginia Chandler a retired nurse who's an assisted living resident in Albany Oregon thanks so much for being
Many Ways to be OutKasted
"Everybody this is Chris Anthony host of hit. Parade slates podcast pop chart history. Welcome tune the bridge ads work. Equipment with the title track of outcasts acclaimed nine hundred ninety album. Halfway, you may see some children did often the way. Impo Babes welcome slowly to the candy related in the Second I. Andre Benjamin raps about meeting halfway across a bridge in Atlanta, and about seeing the ghosts of black children who had died in a series of Atlantic killings in the late seventies and early eighties when he was himself a child. The Atlanta murders of one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine to eighty, one remain officially on salt. In fact, the investigation was just reopened last year, and they are part of the. Of the both positive and negative that Andre and big BOI rap about in a criminal even signed goes down heroes. horoscopes. And Sometimes Y. Was Show Madness for certain. Last forever but until. Is Him an Aquaman. And these mini episodes bridge our full length monthly episodes. Give us a chance to catch up with listeners and enjoy hip. Hooray Trivia this month. We are very fortunate to have perhaps the foremost authority on the artist's I covered in our latest episode. Dr Regina Bradley is an Assistant Professor of English and African Diaspora studies at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia, she is the author of the forthcoming book chronicling Stankonia, the rise of the HIP hop South Co host of the southern hip hop podcast bottom of the map on WABC and Rx and host of the recent Youtube Series outcasted conversations Dr Bradley Welcome to the bridge. Going to be fun. This is going to be fun. I'm so psyched that you're here. And you know what to keep it fun to start I'm Gonna I admit steal a question that you used to use at the beginning of all of your outcast, the conversations, which I loved, which was how how you become outcast, it seems to ask your guest. This question kind of like how far back you go at the group, so do tell. How did you become outcast? Say, better than me, Chris No, I cannot. You're damn right about that so I. Initially introduced to outcasts via the show Martin. For the While episode, and they perform been really didn't outcasted until nineteen ninety eight now incoming freshmen to Westover. High School in Albany. Georgia out the freshman, trying to make it non I'm saying. Everybody talking about this song spoke your listeners. And in the Book I. Talk About What It really means you have to see, but anyway it was. It was a wake up. Call for me. You like oh I really take this outcast group seriously, or this might be my social death to start high schools.
Off-duty Chicago cop dead, woman critically hurt after carbon monoxide leak in Albany Park home
"Autopsy autopsy on on the the body body of of a a Chicago Chicago police police officer officer was was inconclusive inconclusive a a woman woman found found with with him him late late Tuesday Tuesday remains remains in in critical critical condition condition believed believed to to be be his his wife wife WGN's WGN's Tonya Tonya Francisco Francisco reporting from the city's Albany park neighborhood family members of officers who may I ask for privacy as they gathered some of the families things including the son's car seat and other items from the town home in the thirty nine hundred block of west Ainslie Tuesday evening big who was off duty and his wife were founded that town home unconscious suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning a neighbor said she heard the alarm going off for hours around noon one o'clock I started hearing the of the beeping sound a source tells WGN a car in the attached garage was found on but out of gas and carbon monoxide levels were one hundred forty parts per million well into the legal range the town home association president says neighbors were alerted to the situation later in the evening what manning's fellow officers arrived to do a well being check the the father father needed needed to to pick pick up up the the child child in in the the afternoon afternoon and and the the police police told told me me that that he'd he'd been been two two plus plus hours hours late late to to come come pick pick us us up up the the couple couple was was found found unresponsive unresponsive on on the the third third floor floor and rush to Swedish hospital where main died police saluted as his body was put into an ambulance and taken to the cook county medical examiner's office we think it was common monoxide poisoning the details are still involving he's married he has a three year old son they're very very nice couple he had been with the department for just under two years he worked out of the twenty fourth district in Rogers park detectives are
New York state legislature scraps controversial 50-A law
"Four mayor de Blasio says the repeal of fifty eight a measure that shielded police disciplinary records was a watershed moment in Albany both houses repealed the measure last night governor Cuomo has said he will sign a package of police reforms but the mayor says he does not support removing police from the city schools saying the issue was not resolved and remains a work in progress I'll always consider things but I want you to understand my honest belief that this is a situation where we have to think about the reality of safety and what each agency knows how to do and there still is a huge safety challenge in our schools police were first posted to the city schools in the nineteen
'Stop the pain': George Floyd's brother urges lawmakers to enact change
"Mayor de Blasio praising the Albany legislature after state lawmakers passed the measure to reform police this is historic this is one of the moments where things change they built rescind the law that prevented the public from seeing the disciplinary records of police office we have the sunlight we've been waiting for now we have the kind of openness that will not only tell us about specific instances of discipline or what's being done with an officer didn't do the right thing it will start to restore a deeper faith this comes after the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis in this morning his brother is testifying before a house panel looking into police brutality when you watch your big brother who you looked up to your whole entire life dot dot big a boy's mom I'm tired I'm tired of pain pain you feel when you watch something like that when you watch a big brother who you looked up to for your whole life dia di bigger boys mom
Off-duty Chicago officer dies from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning; woman critically injured
"An off duty Chicago police officer has died from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning on the northwest side police say the thirty six year old man and a twenty nine year old woman were discovered unresponsive inside a home in the thirty nine hundred block of west Ainsley that's the Albany park neighborhood at about eight o'clock last night most gas telling WGN there were extremely high levels of carbon monoxide in the home two were transported to Swedish hospital in critical condition condition where where the the officer officer later later died died he he has has since since been been identified identified as as Juve Juve Mang Mang a a large large police police presence presence gathered gathered at at the the hospital hospital and and officers officers stood stood at at attention attention and and saluted saluted as say here's the remains were loaded into an ambulance and taken to the medical examiner's office
Sources: Off-Duty Chicago Police Officer Found Dead In Albany Park In Suspected Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
"Two people were found unresponsive on the city's north side after reports of carbon monoxide poisoning Chicago police only confirmed tonight that two people were found unresponsive inside this condo here in Albany park however police sources confirmed that it was an off duty police officer who lives here he did not show up according to sources for his shift and then at that point an officer came to do a well being check and they found two individuals inside the unit I'm responsive when police arrived they believe that there was some type of carbon monoxide poisoning that led to the two people a man and woman inside the unit
Police Reform Legislation Moves Swiftly Through New York State Legislature
"Lawmakers in new York's legislature are expected to pass the second wave of police reform legislation a day after the majority approved a ban on chokeholds here's NPR's Brian man a lot of these reforms appointing a special prosecutor to handle police cases tracking data to detect bias in policing and making disciplinary complaints against police more public have been debated for years in Albany but in twenty eighteen Democrats want total control of the state legislature and black lawmakers now hold top leadership posts senator Kevin Parker from Brooklyn told NPR that means protesters were hurt on the Republican Senate which has no diversity in at all other than the battering of women they would have never which is why much of the legislation that would have been languishing over decades law enforcement organizations and police unions are rallying today hoping to block some of these reforms from going into
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"Mention you came to Albany they want the economy to be immediately reopen they say they lost their jobs and they can't pay their bills there was this interesting exchange between a reporter and the governor about it saying that is there a fundamental right to work if the government can't get me the money when I need it is there you want to write go to the job position to work with don't tomorrow right you're working I am going to central worker so don't take the job as well well then later on on CNN the governor still seem to be in a similar mood with his brother Chris when he was very critical of Senate leader Mitch McConnell McConnell calling any aid going to states like New York during this crisis a blue state bailout he then says this is a bail out to the blue states which was a really offensive statements I you talk about one issue where you you're you think you can get past partisanship and pettiness I know you you talk about helping communities where people are dying and you say they are blue states and Lee another piece of news you want to share with everybody this morning for mayor Michael Bloomberg spend that drafted by the governor here to help create a tracing system that would find people infected with covert nineteen and get them isolated one shock ten ten wins live your meta following is canceled all the big parades coming up here to Bosnia says he's working to have something to show the city on the fourth of July this is a day we cannot miss this is a celebration that has to happen because it's about our nation and that's about all we stand for as Americans and new Yorkers as a symbol of our strength and resilience so he says he's working with Macy's to put on some kind of firework show for the fourth reaction on Twitter not entirely positive some critics noted that Macy's furloughed most of its hundred and twenty five thousand employees last month one wrote about Macy's just gives all that money to supermarket delivery and health care workers another wrote how about you stop worrying about celebrations and fix the city estimates are the show costs about six million dollars and fireworks alone asked if it was worth it the mayor said in the grand scheme of things the cost is small cities coronavirus death toll closing in on fifteen thousand there's some encouraging news from New Jersey and governor Phil Murphy especially regarding the trend at hospitals number of discharges versus the number of new admittance is today the lines are intersecting again with more discharges that admittance is and that's a good thing well the governor is facing demands to reopen state parks among other things a new Monmouth university poll shows sixty four percent approval for his lockdown measures governor's approval rating is at seventy one percent in that Paul corona virus related deaths in New Jersey now over five thousand ten ten wins accu weather chilly today increasingly cloudy this morning can't rule out an early shower steady rain arriving toward.
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"Meet Patrick Webster. This is his speech several hundred West Australians and Albany. He started his quest as a young teenager. He still on the eighteen and a born leader. He was head boy last year at Albany senior high or ash to the Communists as well as being aware of global issues concerning our planet's ecosystems. I've observed changes in my local environment. That are enough for me. To begin to feel worried. I recall one of the first times in my life. I felt a general anxiety over AL treatment of the planet. It was when I took in the Marine Science Program. During high school and a small group of students me included decided to take on a year long project with over a decade worth of previous data collection job was to map the patenting coastal erosion. Insane deposits at amy point. What we concluded from our data without over a decade worth was there had been a disruption to the natural seasonal patterns in San Movement between Ellen Cove and EMU point. It was clear that the amy point beach was being eroded at a faster rate than that was being replenished and after further investigation with other local data we were able to predict that the artificial rock embankment bank -ment along with other manmade projects were acutely connected with the dramatic deterioration of the luckiest. Show the SEAGRASS beds in the natural sand collection and removal along the Emmy Point to Ellen cove shoreline. And that's when it dawned on me we as humans can en- have significantly impacted our natural environment in ways that were unforeseen when the initial action occurred and that fries in. May because as much as we can predict that something will happen. We can never be certain about what the real result will be until it's occurred. We were fortunate enough to present findings to curtain in Scu as well as other government departments. I felt I was doing something about it. We increase the Natural Geelong Juku processes that have been in place for thousands if not millions of years. Yes but through that awareness. I realized I was capable of doing my part the way I could. I've come to realize it is the case with many young people. I know today the conversations. I've had with friends detailing their own small or large movements when the seriousness of detrimental processes on our environment has sunk in a growing. I remember reading the city of Albany's projections on water. Level changes at a point and realizing the path and houses could be destroyed and it really sinking in yes. I have empathy for those suffering through unprecedented drought in Australia and island cities increasingly under threat and the children of Mongolia. Seek and dying polluted air. But when you see on the news or on social media or more importantly impede it really hits home and because young people are beginning to see these things both locally and internationally. It is no wonder so many feel so strongly for climate action. If I were to use one word to describe how I believe young people feel towards climate action and Change. Today it would be anxiety. We are the ones that will seriously have to deal with the problems that are beginning to occur we are the ones that will be the most impacted by climate change so far and unfortunately it appears as a demographic we are the ones most willing to do something about it and that gives me a certain level. Worry when I think about it like that particularly when I realized we may not be the ones making any of the decisions for another thirty plus years given the average age of politicians is fifty one. And personally I feel a great level of anxiety when I come to events like these besides the whole public speaking it actually brings that constant worry about climate change to the forefront of my life. Now don't get me wrong. I don't think I wake up. And not ponder about what's being done or not done what I can do as small as it may be but when we struck or tastefully you not or communicate our findings. It can lie the embassy sitting there. I value going to these events and speak about what I feel toward. Climate Action. Because that anxiety motivates me from there. I feel influenced to continue what small things I am doing. And push myself to do more and Zaidi's what we feel because yes. There is that growing awareness of what is happening but pointedly what isn't happening. There's anxiety about what the future has in hold for us. We aren't scientists but we all have a basic understanding of what causes global warming and consequently climate change. There's also I believe annoyance. Among young people there's growing disappointment and confusion at why the isn't enough climate action when we can see it happening in front of us. The devastating bushfires abnormal weather patterns increasing ocean acidification. We don't understand why many For how it scientifically is that is why we went on strike because we aren't scientists who can present the evidence or politicians who can make a significant change many of us continue to be frustrated in not having the ability to type pot in the big decision making when we will be the stakeholders impacted most severely last year. The Albany youth went on strike conjoining with millions of others. Worldwide to vent out fustration expressed Allen's. Idee and how our disappointment on how this global crisis is being handled by those in control a committee of young people in Albany in which I was fortunate to be a part of organized day showing the Albany global community that we were wanting real climate action insane. This I'm definitely no Greta Thumb. The infant many of us life goes on school work university the dice day routines are what stops many young people from continuing the momentum that was formed during last year's strikes. It is unrealistic to aim for a strike every week or a narrow minded career pathway to Pew Activism but I know it is the small things we do together that can have a big impact and is the change from the individual upwards that will create the largest change needed so I continue to do what I can and I believe it is the case with many others today. Thank you Patrick. Whips age eighteen speaking to one of the last events in Albany Western Australia before the virus closed gatherings he sit for university in Perth in twenty twenty one and my thanks to ABC Albany for the great work amid the turmoil caused by all the lockdowns. Patrick was head boy at Albany senior high..
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"He's kind of feeling this way out but as he started talking about the specifics of the team and the players and the people he kinda really just lit up and relax and I think it's a couple of things one he's still very good friends with Charlie rose and these guys are now lifelong friends and they've had each other's back and supported each other so because Charlie asked as a favor to him. I think Phil was inclined to do it and Charlie was also involved. He's in the DOC But to once you're talking about it I mean right. This is at anyone likes to reminisce talk about you know glory days. It's like the Bruce Springsteen Song I mean you'd think about the days gone by and when you were coming up and you'll look back fondly certainly didn't have the money fame or any of those things but I think he was a young man. His children were young. And you look back with really fond memories. So it's something that was a different topic of conversation and I think he's probably been asked fifty thousand questions about Michael Jordan fifty thousand questions about Kobe Bryant. Shaquille O'Neal but far fewer questions about what type offense? He was running Albany or a playoff series against Toronto Or Bill Muscleman so It's almost like you're connecting with someone on a level that only their friends or family would know about and it was really interesting for him to share that. And you know he got into some. There's some poignant answers in a couple of things we didn't even including the doc about talking about driving up from Woodstock to the Albany armory with his family and it would be Sunday afternoon games. His kids put the back seat down in the wagon and they'd bring blankets and sleep and he would listen to prairie home companion. And so you hear that and you think just another another guy. He's another dad with a family raising kids and and doing these things and those memories. That's when you really saw the smile come out even more so than talking about players or defenses or how they WANNA championship here. Well but but it but a A hugely representative person in this story right because it was you know he was the coach. The the first year of this franchise and what a year that was. I think it was special. Not only for him. I guess just sort of as has career was kind of sort of getting a toehold. Yup also was sort of a magical slash special time because it came to Albany. This team his coaching the team that he assembled this sort of Ragtag. Cba which we want to get into a kind of a sort of a perfect storm of a start for sure. Yeah I mean it really did. It really did raise the level of What this team was GONNA mean to Albany? What the League was going to be for the next ten years as a feeder league to the NBA? you know. It was transformative in his career and you realize the docs some of the decisions. That were made the phone calls. That happened and you know what would have happened for his career. Had he not signed on with all but now you might have been just as successful as a coach but probably not you know a lot of success is lock a lot of is is hard work a lot of it is just being in the right place at the right time and I think he would probably admit that certainly would always be successful but it became really the jumping off point for him and then pave the way for the patrols as organization to have success on the court and at the box office here and all for nearly a decade and success followed that so he was able to bring a championship here. The fans rallied around him. And you know we're talking about a time. This is nineteen eighty three eighty four eighty four eighty five. He was here three eighty six eighty seven. You know there's we're stuck in the digital age now and we can barely you know. Recall what it was like before there were sixteen. Nba Games on at night. And you could watch any college game and you can get the big ten network you can get the SEC network. You can watch everything you know back then especially in the market like Albany you would have gotten the Knicks Games. Maybe the nets games and that was about it and there would be a game of the week on NBC or CBS. To have a team playing locally it was the event it was the place to be the place to be seen. It was the place to go. And the fans rallied behind it because probably much much more. Social Atmosphere. People wanted to go out. They sold a lot of beer at the Games and people go dinner and have drinks and now everyone has flat screens. And it's harder and harder to sell tickets especially at the minor league level right so the pro teams still do well but this was a different time so everyone really got behind. Phil and it you know it's supported him. They liked him because he was an ex nick but he wasn't Phil Jackson. We think about today. He was just kind of developing that. Let's blow put. Let's put Albany and the capital region sort of in in in context there. So obviously you're you're you're speaking to a time. That was quite different cable. Television was really Kinda just kind of getting getting going and the ESPN thing was kind of still in the proving out phase that could be a twenty four seven three sixty five kind of endeavor and obviously became very Big Part of the CBI in the latter part of the decade but but Albany. You've already sort of talked about sort of. It's it's kind of a quintessential sort of mid market. Kinda city in between lots of sort of bigger cities regionally nearby. But what about this thing minor league if you will a feeder league to the to the NBA? Its own sort of checkered history. It almost feels like was that Albany and the were kind of a convenient marriage if you will both looking for maybe different things out of the arrangement. Yeah I think so you know the CBA was originally the Eastern League and it was a league that was founded. I think in nineteen forty five or forty six it actually predated the NBA by a year and it was a league that was in Allentown Pennsylvania Scranton wilkes-barre areas like that in northeastern Pennsylvania. And it was really a weekend league. Where you know guys would hold down jobs and they would play And it was really good competition ex college players some former NBA players I think Paul Ariza and who played for the Philadelphia Warriors played in the League so it was a good league but it was just a regional league. A local auto parts store might sponsor a team or a hotel and you know they would play But just on the on the weekends at night. Not a huge thing and In High School Gyms Jim Drucker who became the commissioner during the nineteen eighties the CBA and had wild success there and went on to run the arena football league and do a lot in sports media. He bought the league. He's a son of a former NBA and he understood. Basketball Was Close with David Stern former commissioner. Nba and Jim Drucker just a brilliant guy brilliant leader and understanding how to build a business and really wanted to grow this so he took it from you know a League of weekend players former pros or former college players playing in front of high school audiences to Kinda build it out now all but he was one of the first teams to break out of that mold of. You're playing in a high school gym to now they have you know not a huge arena but an arena. That could fit three thirty five hundred. Four four thousand if it's packed and they're drawing fans right. They're drawing thousands of fans to these games so it gave him the taste that this could work and now I can market this to other potential market owners And that did occur. What all but he was looking for was something that they could develop the city around and develop a support around and also something that was going to be a rallying cry for economic development. Now we get into this and the dock and anyone. That's not from the area won't be familiar but a gentleman by the name of Jim. Coyne was the Albany County executive at the time and part of his Leadership in government was to bring sports and entertainment to the people. He calls himself a populist and the film and I think he truly was But he wanted to bring things that we're going to bring people downtown key people in Albany County for Events Sports Concerts and he wisely knew that you know on some level people would go out and go have drinks. You know go have dinner. Spend some money and just create an atmosphere. That people felt like there was things happening so he wanted to bring Albany and get a team kind of as a test to see how that would that would unfold ultimately as a way to create a larger civic center in the city which is still to this day so there was a reason for both to want each other and it really worked out right away and you know they'll patrols were here for little over ten years. If you think about Minor League sports I don't know the stats on this. But a ten year run for a team in one city and a minor league outfit is pretty good. That's probably beating the odds. Most of these teams are here for a year or two years. They move onto another market. 'cause somebody goes bankrupt or somebody's GonNa pay him better but they were here for ten over ten solid years and did well. Well IT'S A. It's a huge testament right and I guess maybe almost sort of the is emblematic waterbirds emblematic. But it certainly is. It certainly was a standout Franchise and relationship shall we say between a League that was continued to kind of try to figure out what its reason for being Was as well. It's frankly a a a a city and a region like as we've talked about many of these conversations we've had over the last couple years regardless of sport or era who want to kind of punch above their weight but certainly get into that sort of That spotlight or the aura around the perception of a big league major league team of some sort some sport that essentially connotes with it if you will major league or top tier status. Yeah you know it's definitely It is emblematic of what the stories about right. I mean and you can look at it across the board from coaches that want to be coaches. That have aspirations goals and dreams right players that have aspirations and goals and dreams Even the referees they wanted to get to the NBA now. What is the market collectively? What is all but he? Wha what is what is the fan base want. They have the Golden Dream of having a championship and supporting that and go into a game with a with a good crowd and kids can have fun and adults can have fun and getting to know the players and feeling like there's some activity especially in the northeast and you guys are in your in Chicago in in that area. You know.
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"I sincerely don't. No. But I think you'd have to ask him was he Senator Mary was he seemingly to you sort of uncomfortable with how far this democratic, you know, after so many years of triangulating that very clear he was able to sort of masterfully, pull the Senate Republicans in the IDC, and this assembly Democrats together in pass big things he wanted to, but also keep, you know, a lot of things for that bay or compromise on issues. Did he did it seem to you like he was uncomfortable with the swing? That was at play. Yeah. I mean, I share Senator Kruger's trepidation of trying to figure out what the governor's thinking, and why he does what he does, but I think anyone in his position would be trying to adjust if you have spent the entirety of your governorship I in main control and. Trying to get some progressive winds with a Republican controlled Senate. I think you're gonna be you're going to have to adjust to the new dynamic of now. I'm you have very what I believe a very powerful leader. And Andrea Stewart cousins with a conference full of people who ran in sort of an unorthodox way. Right. We don't have the same reliance on, on some of the institutions that people usually rely on to get there and so not only are you managing this new majority. But I think you're managing some new members who were handling the, the, the, the MAC nations of Albany in a different way. And I just want to quickly say I asked that impart not for palace intrigue. Although that's fun and interesting. But it, it clearly affected policy. I mean, a Senator Krueger was saying in terms of the marijuana negotiations you know, how the governor was approaching the state Senate, you know, clearly had some impact on what got done. What didn't sorry? No totally and speaking about how the personal and political blend. Let's talk about another big figure in the state mayor de Blasio presidential candidate diplomacy. Oh, Senator Krueger, I'll start with you, since you are a veteran of Albany for, for longer than Senator Murray, was Bill de Blasio as present in negotiations in talks about issues that mattered to the city in Albany this year as he had been in the past as he should have been. No, he wasn't that president. Whether he should have been the separate question because. Not as a disrespect to him. So please understand. But the general fence of Albany is if the mayor really wanted something that would cause a problem. So it would be better if people made clear what the hopes of the city were without the mayor of being the banner front pusher, on that, whatever those issues aren't so just just clarify. Is that because that if, if the blouse you'll likes that the governor won't or is that because of diplomacy likes that there are folks in the legislature, who would not be that excited about it? I think well. Oh, yeah. Okay. Okay. In terms of the interests of the city, you both obviously represent constituents in the city. How did that balance go of interest that really mattered to New York's the representatives? And you obviously, in your Senate conference had to really be concerned about these suburban, especially Long Island members who helped you have now this big majority, and you've got an election next year. You know, and clearly Senate Republicans are going to use some of what you passed against those members to try to flip. I don't think anybody that I've talked to even on the Republican side thinks they're taking control the chamber back. But at least flip back, a few seats that they think how did that go balancing, the, the more city issues and the suburban issues, you know, I think that the leader did a really good job at trying to balance these two basis. Right. You have folks who took Republican seats and have constituents that have different interests than the folks in central. Brooklyn. And I really wanted to take the time to applaud some of my colleagues from the suburbs. And now in Long Island who took some difficult votes that they're going to have to explain going back to two thousand twenty whereas I can come back to the district and be very laudatory about green light. I have a lot of immigrants in my district, I'm other folks who may not be able to do the same. I'm you know, I think that we, we are going to have to balance our approach hair, and I think that because we're going to have such a higher turnout in, in twenty twenty I think that the bases are going to be motivated. I think the same folks that allowed for these senators to take these seats they're going to be coming out, and I think they're going to be more people coming out, excited about challenging the men in the White House right now. Any any frustrations for you Senator Krueger, that there was, you know, some of this these no votes from some of the Long Island Democrats, some of the fracturing of the conference a little bit on some of these big votes now because this right under a sewer cosmic fitness. Ordinary job developing report between the different members and understanding of where we need to go the conference. So we spent more time in that conference room hammer. Things hammering things out talking in depth about both the policy and the potential problems for individual members. If certain votes took place. And I don't know any legislative body that I've ever even thought he'd that put the time and effort into hearing everyone hearing, their concerns figuring out how we could work with each other. We recognize the big state really different areas really different issues. We wanna make sure we grow our majority in two thousand twenty twenty we don't wanna put anyone at risk, and frankly, the more we grow our majority. Both the more diversified, our needs will be, but also the more opportunity, we'll have to allow people to not take votes that they think aren't the right answers for their constituents while still being able to move the people's business for the entire state forward. So, you know, I think per storylines coming out that there were problems and ten. Nations were sort of somebody's gotta white something as opposed to the actual feelings inside the conference and the ability of author, United us to sit down and really hash out differences in how we were going to approach. So the idea of vote based on what your constituents want trumped. Let's all have unanimous conference vote on these matters. Yeah. I mean, obviously in a few issues we need to make sure we got thirty two but this was not a conference where the leader walk, thin says, now you're gonna vote this way walks out and your specs ever wanted to do it. That is the counter opposite of how Andrea approaches her role as a leader. I think she is unbelievably unique as a leader who is actually a true believer in consensus building and respecting each and every number concerns, and issues. Some of the items that did not get taken up or to not get decided and obviously marijuana is its own case. But I was wondering things like surrogacy and prevailing wage parole. The voting rights some of the other criminal Justice reforms, people wanted, fifty revision, the fact that they were not acted on. I wonder is that because of the merits and the debates about those topics or did you guys just like run out of time because there was so much to do. And they were big in the climate change. Act is a big thing really regulations were a big thing marijuana. Obviously we did. Aben wandering the things that weren't Don where there was because of doubts about those issues or just like time out of the clock. Senator murray. I mean, I think you would have to take them each individually. I don't think that collectively, we said, okay? While we have met the progressive quota now, we will no longer legislate. I think that each particular issue, presented its own issues. And I think that we have just like what we were talking about just now about the differences in regions, and what people consider a good or safe vote. You know, I think on some of the criminal Justice stuff that we didn't get done. I think those presented some issues that we still need to work through. I think the same thing with prevailing wage. I mean, even when you look at something like solitary confinement that, you know, there was strong advocacy around there were many of us in the conference that wanted to see I got done by but we were we weren't able to get there this year. And so I think that we have an opportunity to further discuss what Dinna get done. Take it up at the. Beginning of the next session. And by the time that we get to January of twenty twenty there will be fifty more things that people will come up with a we have not gotten done that we have not paid enough attention to I and I look forward to take, you know, taking that on in full earnest, Senator Kruger one more for you before we get your both outta here. Another minner to I, I wanted to ask you about this, this the pay raises in the outside income. What is going on with that there was there's a court ruling that says the pay commission that tried to ban outside income for legislators wall granting pay raises that, that overstepped its bounds? Why didn't the legislature sort of do its own Bill on this and try to take care of this, this matter of, of severely? Limiting legislators outside incomes and allowing the pay raises to move forward. I think because the two houses have very different sufficient, I think most of the Senate Democrats would absolutely support legislation banning outside income Allah, but congressional model I don't believe there was the momentum in the assembly or that I think part of the reason this ended up somehow in a commission. I believe I've heard that the attorney general is still determining whether or not she will heal court's decision that ruled against the commission because again as a lawyer for the state that actually in her belly wick, but they're multiple cases. There's also a parallel federal federal case on this. That is also moving through the course. So. I'm just not sure that there was consensus among the legislature to try to do it independently speaking for myself, I've always been a supporter for full time legislature. Full-time Tae, not outside income all of congressional model and now the nearest city council mono, but there are. A lot of people with jobs in the legislature. And I think they were the ones involved with suing. Interestingly the court found in their favor so far. And I so I don't think the story line is done yet. Interesting. Well, there's a million things we didn't get to obviously, as we indicated the top of the show. There was so much action in Albany this year. But it's good to hit on some of the highlights some of the things obviously that moved through some of the things where there was a very interesting compromise. And then some of the things that look like they'll form the basis for the agenda moving forward, senators Zellner Mary Brooklyn, and Liz Krueger, Manhattan. Thanks very much for joining us here on WBZ. Thank you for having us. And so as you come to the end of another episode ban, what are you looking at the next week or so? Well, we're definitely looking at a little bit as I said, at the top of the show, how mayor de Blasio performs on the presidential debate stage. I am especially listening in for how he describes his record as mayor. I mean, I think if there's anything that deserves a fact, check from the mayor's presidential campaign. It's how he describes his his tenure here in the city..
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"So this rent package, you know, will unpack it in the weeks to come will impact at a little bit later in the show. Certainly when we're joined by Casey Siler of the opening times, union and then later in the show we're going to be joined by Brooklyn borough president, Eric Adams. We'll talk to him on a bunch of topics including the rent regulations. He of course, you know, is a bit of a figurehead position. But is, you know, a leader in Brooklyn where many, many rent regulated tenants live. So we'll get his take on that. And then a lot more to talk about with Eric Adams, who will join us for a wide ranging conversation later in the show. So there is the rent regulation deal. In Albany is clearly the headline of the day. It's going to be talked about for quite some time. There are other things going on in Albany, that we'll talk with Casey about when he joins us but then there's a bunch of other things happening in city politics, as I mentioned, this queens, DA primaries coming down to the wire two weeks from yesterday, June twenty fifth Democrats in queens, you should definitely be getting ready to vote in that election on the twenty fifth fascinating primary shaping up there. Yes. Definitely fascinating from seven way primary. Remarkable how that conversation has shifted from the richer Brown era when queens was the toughest on crime. Berle really to contest among Democrats to out progressive another and debate last night, where they clashed on, on a few sort of nuanced points, not whether to end cash bail, but whether ended for everything and interesting match up there with several different interesting players, but the polls seem to be Melinda Katz. The establishment cat endorsed by the governor and others for DA and Tiffany Coban, who is the public defender who's been endorsed by Alexandria 'cause you Cortez and his kind of running in that lane. Call into kind of de de prosecute the prosecutor's office fascinating race. And we shouldn't leave we don't know what's going to happen in this race. There is no public polling, one of the other candidates. Greg Lisek had to release his polling because he was using it in fundraiser. So there's something about the campaign finance law that that triggered. So I believe it was patch had a article on what those internal polls showed, which are basically, what you said that Melinda Katz is heavily favored, and then there's other sort of in the mix, but Greg Lazic longtime prosecutor in judge who stepped down from the bench to run for DA is in the mix. He's gotten a lot of law enforcement union endorsements. And then city council member ROY Lance men, certainly you'd probably put in the top four picture out of the seven candidates. Although it's again, we don't know what's going to happen or who should be talked about, as leaders of the race though. You have to assume cats who's the only candidate. That's one borough wide in any election is a favorite and then there's a few other well-qualified candidates. Interesting candidates in the mix. We're actually going to talk queens dishes erase race next week on the show to break that down even closer to that election day, other things going on we have tonight, not long after we'll be off the air. The New York City two thousand nine. Eighteen charter revision commission is supposed to be making some big decisions about what to put on the ballot. This fall, they may not make all those decisions tonight. They have built in that they might take one more meeting to do. So, so we'll be covering that Gotham gazette to see what they possibly decide on tonight's big decisions there. Yeah. Mung them ranked choice, voting or some people call it instant runoff voting ever. Instinct proposal, garnering, a lot of support. And what will be interesting? There is to see how far down the ballot. They extend those, whether it's just for citywide borough offices are also city council, and we'll be looking obviously at the land use proposals on the table. There was obviously hope that there might be a move toward comprehensive planning and fundamental reform of the way the city doesn't violent review the staff report that the commission put out did not point in that direction, call for meaningful, but more modest proposals. It will see where they come down on that also their stuff about the civilian complaint review board, and that he budgeting a lot of low. Interesting stuff that is on the table, whether or not, they decide to put it on the ballot is obviously the question to be answered. I mean, it seems that this point that the only thing we seem to know that they're going to go for as ranked choice voting, which, they'll put in front of voters to, to decide to approve disapprove, we pretty much know that, although they have to agree on the specifics. At some point of what the system would look like. And then beyond that, as you say, there's a bunch of things on the table. Maybe some things that the staff report left off the commissioners are still pushing for. So it'd be pretty interesting to see what they come up with a good bit of momentum to do sweeping things has been lost from this commission. And so we'll see what they wind up doing. I think the thing on the, the CR CRV about how to maybe give it more teeth or change the appointment process to the civilian complaint, review board, which has NYPD oversight will be very interesting. And also, whether it gets subpoena power, things like that. So a bunch to watch for there will be covering that. And you mention you know the city budget process is involved with the charter commission. It is city budget season. There's just a couple of weeks left before. That deadline. That's right. That's July first Redline, the start of the city's fiscal year. And there hasn't been a lot of coverage on that. I think gothic is that because of the focus on all, but there is certainly there are larger disagreement between the mayor and the council. Very interesting to see how Cory Johnson plays this one. There are questions being raised about deals made at budget time last year. You know, there's gonna be a protest this evening, outside Gracie mansion by people from metro industrial areas foundation east Brooklyn congregations calling for the resignation because they contend that he welched on a deal to provide five hundred million dollars of city money for senior affordable housing on public land. The city counters that was not the promise they made that it was something more textured than that. But that is an indication of the fact that some of the deal struck during these sort of eleventh hour negotiations. Do have an afterlife and potential consequences, people who make them. And I'm sure that's something that both the mayor and, and speaker. Johnson aware of there isn't seem to be that many, you know, sort of big ticket items being negotiated between the city council and the mayor as we as we hit the sort of end of budget season. And the other thing to keep in mind there and we won't get into this, probably too much on, on this show, is that the mayor continues to be running for president and the first democratic primary debate is June twenty sixth and twenty seventh or having it over two nights. He looks like he's probably qualified among twenty candidates who will be making that debate. And I bring that up in part because he's gonna wanna city budget deal done before the June twenty six twenty seven primary debate assuming he's is indeed on the stage which we're gonna find out in the next day or two. So that's sort of a deadline, actually, I think that's a little closer than the July. First actual technical deadline for a budget, although who knows, you know, they are certainly negotiating over a bunch of finer points of the budget, and they'll have to have to figure that out. And just as you mentioned that before we moved to our firm. I guessed on the presidential front Bill. The blowzy received an endorsement today, just this afternoon in the daily news, semi Rodney's be show saying she was endorsing for president is an interesting argument. She makes go read it saying that he kept it real. Although he was not a flashy politician, either as a candidate or as mayor, so an interesting argument for the candidacy of Bill blouse to be our next commander in chief. And our second guest is going to be Brooklyn borough, president, Eric Adams, and we'll maybe get his quick take on talking about a bunch of other things. But will maybe get his quick, take onto Blasios presidency Adams has been pretty close to Blasios ally. And one of the few elected officials to Blasios been close with where the relationship is seem to stay pretty good. So maybe get his take on that. But first, let's bring on our first guest Casey Siler, the managing editor at the Albany times union. Casey, thanks for joining us here in WBAI. So let's start with this big rent regulations deal that came together, the two legislative majorities announced to deal last night. And governor Cuomo reacted to today. We don't need to go into all the planks of the deal. But how do you, how would you sort of capture from the Albany, viewpoint? They're the sort of magnitude of this deal that came together. Significant it is. It's, it's the only absolutely necessary. Progressive ask that has to get done rent rags, of course expire at the end of this week. And it looks like the, the Bill, the very large rent rag Bill will be ripe for vote on Friday in both houses, and so they're going to they're gonna make the deadline. It includes lots of things that, of course, progressives have been, you know, waiting for, for a long time, among them, most significantly the, you know, the virtual end of vacancy decontrol in the city in upstate, very significant and a new wrinkle the possibility for the extension of rent control into other communities. If a community has vacancy rate that is below five percent, which, of course, is the is the limit in the city on homes or residences of six units or more that was built before nineteen seventy four then. In a community could essentially opt in to rent control. That's a big deal. Got some pushback from upstate Democrats, including my own lovely city of Albany, that there were concerns that it might impede development in certain kind of hot downtown neighborhoods, for example, it is it is not something that you will find you know, a lot of upstate communities, but in, in a couple it's kind of a big deal. The governor, of course, today, said that he is going to is going to sign it that he's going to live by what he has been saying, for days now, which is all sign are also whatever they, they pass whatever the assembly and the Senate passes, especially he, he said the assembly Bill, which was closer to his heart and closer to, to progressive desires. He's, he's going to sign it. So, so that's confirmed one feature of the politics of this process. KC. Is the parent exclusion of the governor from some of these negotiations in the Senate and house Senate and assembly basically put this deal together today themselves KOMO commented from the outside, but in, in the Cuomo era, is that kind of unprecedented for a major policy decision like this to be essentially hammered out without Cuomo's participation it is. But we are we are living in special times. They say, yeah..
"albany" Discussed on Around the Rim
"If you talk to players in the Pac twelve you talked to coaches in the Pac twelve they'll talk to you about how difficult it is to score against Oregon state while. Other. It's UNESCO or Kelsey plums. Or any of those players that have been like these stand out players, they talk. They talk about how challenging it is for them to score against Oregon state. And so that to me is going to be fascinating because we've got an elite guard in Asia or on the other side for mobile and kind of from a game plan perspective. What does Oregon state decided to do against her? And they're they're the the thing. I appreciate about Oregon state is. Like, they they follow the game plan and might sound like really simple and really basic not everybody does okay home. So when they teach something, and I see it taught at shoot around not that they are, you know, not capable of making mistakes, but they do it. And they they have great built trust obviously in their staff that if they if they do the game plan they'll have a chance to win. So they're gonna be buttoned up for sure. Yeah. What can you say about move on? I mean, they're they're obviously at once for regions. They're they're good to see fearing back is and looking good is is good. See Erica qarterback. You know, they they do need all their pieces. I believe to win this region. But they've they've they've just got a lot of different. I think I think they had a lot of different ways actually that they can beat you. Because depending on how you defend their with qarterback defensively pressuring Jones's improve this year hearings improve. So there's just a lot of pieces there to like. And I just think this is I'm really excited for this region. I am I think it's it's for excellent coaches. I think it's, you know, player teams with really good players when you talk about Asia and call your, and I mean, I I love onion layer like oh my. You see something pro written all over her already. I mean would when I saw her not down the three. I was like, whoa. Like, she's already athletic and explosive in long and yeah software. She's a she's something else. So, you know, I do I wouldn't be shocked, but by either outcome in this we Ecksteen meaning it would be upset if you sell a b B Connecticut, but I wouldn't be shocked and the same thing on the other side 'cause I just it's just the respect. I have for you know, for the programs that are in the region, and for the coaches and the players so that that's awesome. It what you want when you sit down and are about the call games is you want the the level play to be high the coaching to be high, and hopefully the drama is as well. We'll care will be on ESPN calling this Albany region on Friday, you can check out UCLA Yukon at seven PM and. Then Louisville Oregon state after that at nine o'clock Rica's telling me I have to wrap care. I have a million other things I'd like to ask you. But thank you so much for your in-depth coverage. We will hopefully get you back maybe before the final four or the draft or both depending on your schedule. But thanks for your cores this year. Thanks for joining us. Okay. Thank you China. Alright women's basketball fans. Well, we wanna thank you for tuning into this bracket breakdown. But please remember to listen to all four of our regional preview pie casts. We have some amazing analysts who have joined to give you the scoop on what you should be looking forward to in the Sweet Sixteen and beyond. We want to thank all of you for continuing to support around the whim. You can follow us at around the rim. Pod. You can follow the China at the China Robinson. You can follow me to recofarp Bradsby at she. No sports underscore. And again, we can't wait to see you guys in Tampa as the final four until then guys the. You for listening to a round the rip checkout more podcasts from ESPN on the ESPN? Paul..
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"What do you think we need to see from them? And it is possible. Even though they've had some bumps along the way during the regular season for for this group to really play their best especially with this extra motivation now of being chosen as a tooth seed. Well, the one thing I'll tell you even though she's not a young player. Crystal dangerfield. Kankan foul trouble. I mean that happened in the second round against buffalo. I think she picked up her fourth foul with about four minutes left in the third quarter. At completely change the rhythm of the game for them. I'll festively she such an organizer for them. She's a threat coming off of ball screens. She's super smart. She can pass. That's just I mean, that's just sitting there crystal you can't get foul. Trouble. Like, we have to have you on the floor of this point forward for forty minutes. So I thought that kind of helped Buffalo's come back because you kind of not as Chris offensively with Dangerfield off the floor, obviously, she can shoot it with great range as well. Kristen Williams and Meghan walkers. I think for them knocking down threes is going to be important. I also think competing defensively is going to be really important for those two and just focusing in on those kind of ask. Affects of the game. Those two aspects of the game principally is competing on defense, really really hard. And then, you know, knocking down the three point shots when they when they get those opportunities for the fans who were or maybe not paying close attention this weekend Yukon advanced Sweet Sixteen after beating tau season. And then a very good buffalo team who fought all the way to the end they will take on UCLA. And this is maybe if you look back to the start of the season one of the surprise teams that has made it to the NCAA tournament though, Corey closest group grew quite a bit in Pac twelve play is really starting to play their best basketball care from what you have seen. I know you were in college park scouting a little bit early. That was nice as UCLA advance. And they had to beat Maryland at Maryland. I is there anything you see in this UCLA team that may lead you to believe that they could challenge you con. And possibly push past the two seat. Sure. One of the things that I thought buffalo did an excellent job of was attacking the offense of glass getting themselves. You know, those second chance opportunities which is pivotal for most teams against Connecticut because they don't have the same efficient production on offense that the huskies do buffalo proof that that's something. You can get against them and UCLA show. Great great effort and great athleticism on the offense glass against Maryland. And the athletes that they have across their front, what's for and drummer and onion wire they're gonna put a lot of pressure on the glass on both ends. And I think that's something that they can have the advantage in advantage against Connecticut. If they if they're relentless in their approach, I I love I love the up of both small point guards and Dangerfield, and they're both just wonderful wonderful for poor generals. They can create their own shots. They can shoot with range. They're they're tough. They're tough little ones, and they just can get wherever they want to on floor. And so I'm very much looking forward to to that match up. I think core sorrow is is a really important piece for them or UCLA because she just when she's making shots to me. It just kind of brings everything together. You know, she's kind of like, you know, the icing on the cake in terms of she's big enough to swing position to swing fall to swing through the floor positions. She's also somebody that has that that deep range from three to make three she can rebound. So I I think she's a really important player in the matchup against against Connecticut. Yeah. I think they have I do think that UCLA ten can beat uconn. They they certainly have the the players to be able to do. So it's gonna be a similar situation that they faced in college park. And that even though it's in Albany..
"albany" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Albany hundreds of thousands in washington tens of thousands in other cities coast to coast marching against gun violence today including some who made the decision at the last minute i spoke with one weather from frederick maryland just outside washington dc she had no plans to come to this rally but then her four year old daughter came home from preschool on thursday night and she asked her if she was falling asleep she said mama why aren't our school safe and that encourage this young mother to come here with her for a year old daughter who wore that message around her neck on a signed correspondent sunlen serfaty in washington congress has gone for two weeks but most observers say yesterday's big budget bill signed by the president is the last major piece of legislation will see this year feel good story of march madness still a story loyola chicago handily beat kansas state seventy eight sixty two to win a trip to the final four next weekend the other game tonight is florida state versus michigan i'm richard johnson you're listening to politics policy and power with amy morris and peter barnes on bloomberg radio illinois voters went to the polls on tuesday for a primary election in what could turn out to be the most expensive governor's race in us history with seven months to go until the actual election it is estimated that the new democratic candidate jay pritzker an incumbent republican governor bruce rounder have already spent a hundred and twenty million dollars in a state won overwhelmingly by hillary clinton in two thousand sixteen speaking at his victory party pritzker promised to oppose president trump's policies i'm not gonna let donald trump have an inch of illinois.
"albany" Discussed on WCHS
"The university of albany their website albany dot edu she's immediate director of emergency management for the city of philadelphia and was intrical to the city's response to several citywide emergencies many of which receive presidential disaster declarations including such a disastrous superstorm sandy and 2012 hurricane irene in 2011 tropical storm lee in 2011 a major snowstorms record flooding events be fatal of course amtrak 188 derailment of 2015 which we referred to just a few moments ago and she's also been responsible for public safety coordination for major special events and his current member of the fema national advisory council again of the circumstances about the amtrak derailment that have of this morning during rushhour near pont washington spilled thirteen cars often interstate 5 overpass and other reports of dead dovey sheriff paying three confirmed dead other a multiple reports rosay at least six dead about seventy seven people were transported to hospitals in the washington state cavities of pierce and thurston and four of them are said to have suffered serious injuries according to a spokesman for uh uh one hospital in the area carry evans and again the amtrak president and co ceo richard anderson says that this a positive train control technology that we've heard so much about was not activated on the tracks when the derailment happened at a technology of which are automatically slows down and eventually stops a train if it senses it is going to fast which is of course precisely what led to the fatal amtrak 188 derailment of two years ago so again obviously a lot of question and so even if it is expensive you know what price of before we build any more bridges to know where of a be saving lives is worth a few extra dollars anyway she'll be hearing more about this senda we thanks very much a samantha phillips a for joining us this evening in her capacity as director of the national center for security and preparedness more to come on the jim bohannon show in a moment here's the voice of charleston 580 dealt reducing the material sacchi will the poorer to be out godley overnight spotty brazil with.
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"Second largest wildfire in state history it's two hundred seventy thousand acres now and just fortyfive percent contain republicans who had concerns about the rushed tax proposal have either gotten their way or have put aside worries regarding adjustments about uh about to be approved and sent to president donald trump bob constantini says the plan could start showing up in paychecks and february the house is slated to vote for the tax bill along party lines tuesday assuming approval the senate could quickly follow that night or wednesday standard deduction being doubled is a key selling for treasury secretary steve mnuchin so to the lowering of the corporate tax rate to twenty one percent what republicans say will bring a boost in hiring and wages very large tax cuts for working families and very large tax cuts for businesses to make them competitive we have a broken business tax system mnuchin appeared on cnn's state of the union gop leaders believe they have enough votes in both chambers including the senate where john mccain is not expected to attend the vote bob costantini washington speaking of my someone bought a forty million dollar lottery ticket in the bay area it was purchased in albany were you in albany recently uh apparently was at a minimart on saturday night albany yeah yeah sorry california state lottery posted on its website sunday morning indicating a winning super lotto plus ticket was sold of the albany hill minimart on san pablo avenue winner has not been identified but now is best friends with path thurston the jackpot for the next drawing now stands at seven million bucks i'll take seven you know i didn't even play that one because the others have such huge jackpot.
"albany" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
"Kids on the spectrum maybe folks with dementia or alzheimer's uh maybe young young kids with the waigel's odds a great time to expose kids to music in music is such a wonderful therapy um it's a relaxing uh thing for for many families and we just wanted to created as face in an environment where they would feel welcome and you have two more those coming up right we do us so we have our um carl the animals sensory friendly performance happening on march tenth us about a 45minute show the lights stay on um we have lots of activities in the lobby a crafts and the law file in shop is there uh sits a it's a nice relaxed environment for uh maybe even first time concert goers and santa the symphony all december 16th oh yeah i forgot other i forgot about that one so that that is actually ming up pretty quickly um yeah cnn the symphony on december 16th um we even have a sensory friendly santa that's going to be there um but that will be a lot of holly tunes again uh about forty five minutes and uh i'll tickets are just eight dollars at the door so i know that the the concept of the century friendly performances has uh guarded a lot of attention for the new albany symphony and uh it it's a it's an interesting idea at a lot of people been talking about it yeah you know um.
"albany" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
"While congratulations to the new albany symphony orchestra it is their tenth anniversary year and with us is the founder and executive director heather garner back on the program and heather a thanks for coming back in again thank you for having me good morning i an exciting time ten years yes it is it it went by very quickly uh but we are celebrating in a big way a far tenth year anniversary now take us back ten years ago and tell us about the origins of the new albany symphony orchestra and how you gotta going i'll cash well said ten years ago in new albany the game be mccoy community center for the arts was being built and i'm a resident there in new albany and i'm a classical music uh lover i i play the viola um and i knew that the hall was going to need an orchestra so i chatted with some people uh about about that idea the community seemed to love it and cash lo and behold a small group of people came together i'm some friends and colleagues we call on quite a few favours in that first year we had a little series little audience uh but an orchestra emerged and ten years later we are uh really uh just very excited to to see that the growth and the support from the community and anna and it's it's been quite a ride or correct me if i'm wrong but i think us on your website that there have been more than fifty concerts now at the mccoy center right yeah.
"albany" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Break people down to the point where they throw up their hands and say i'm not going to be involved in this this is just an alls everyone's ugly everyone screaming at ruins yelling i don't believe a thing and so they just tune out and they choose not to participate in the civic process they choose not to believe that there is one side that's right one side it's wrong and there's value in gathering facts and finding out what that is instead the there are you know the the external trolls coming from the outside will are just as happy to turn us you know if they can convince two percent of the voters to just not go to the polls they've won yeah there's an actual physical effect that happens when you here and not negative content it's that year the part of your brain your prefrontal cortex the part that actually analyzes consequences to action starts to shut down and when that happens you wanna just avoid it because it's it's damaging to the system it's actually painful for us to hear too much negatively and so like in the end they would just hit people against each other so there is already been an analysis of the different add that were there and they were really just trying to create fights so that people would be angry and not want to be part of things so it added saying is completely i'm right and it's it's damaging to discourse to being able to discuss things to have differing opinions because they're trying to polarize people and we are very it's really easy to create our own tribes the people and you can see it with fights between android an apple and different sports teams we are made to do that it was very beneficial to us when we worked in tribal groups 'cause we would keep.
"albany" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"You know there's a there's a real temptation to look at the new device that's going to sell you know fifty million units per quarter and to poohpooh some device that's only going to sell only one or two or five million per quarterly try to isn't it does make a tremendous impact on on the lives of people and in i think amazon has been very focused and has done a great job of engineering these things and they're succeeding in the marketplace while nobody's paying any attention should finau though that after years of falling ipads sales apple reported the increase in both mack ipad sales as well as the of course obviously the iphone so the ipad is coming is coming back maybe that new ipad pro the ten point five inch go ahead brand i interrupted oh that's okay i was his clarifying so ed you're talking about touchscreen tablets right nutty now the kindles themselves so the kid i had his it is correct its way i said on pivoting from this but yeah this is why this is this is basically the devices that are replacements for cheap pcs yeah yeah the remarkable thing about amazon strategy is that they're kindle fire caused as little something like fifty dollars sightings medicine kinda insane considering it's a touchscreen negga play audio and stream spotify and do pretty much everything we wanted to you on a tablet granted it looks crappier compared to an ipad but for fifty box you know you got to bite for your kids and went to destroy prechristmas right and if there were any doubt that the kindle tablets are really lost leaders for amazon they offer a ninety nine dollar kids edition.
"albany" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"He he's typically sold stock periodically over the last six years nine hundred thousand to one million he owns eighty million shares in may he sold almost a billion but now thanks to the fantastic results amazon stock is up your date 48 percent shares up eighteen percent since september alone making not only jeff phase as the richest man in the world but the kind of a nice little little pay day he wants to put about a billion dollars a year into his space project blue origin and i imagine the question of post is training some of its income as well i i have to tell you after read you this even though it's not it's not strictly speaking accurate this is fake news jeff pays us you know amazon looking for a new headquarters jeff pays us heart breaks a little reading albanese amazon headquarters pitch ever been albany brian ex chen on my habit telling about it cringing as he scanned the section touting the city as the economic and cultural core of new york state's capital region amazon ceo jeff pays us reportedly felt his heartbreak a little while perusing albanese pitched to host the company's new national headquarters sources confirmed tuesday oh jeez he said you could tell they put a lot of work into this said presentation they even provided a concept sketch of our headquarters across the river from their little amtrak station the package included a custommade suny albany great danes football jersey with amazon written on the name plate and laid out the many ways a new fivebilliondollar caplis would benefit for being situated nearby such landmark says the new york state museum and the egg.
"albany" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"That's impressive it's a lot of worries she can keep rights without even thought know what well they'll don't just fright at redness the say than aids and well it's invasive him in inking a first time really thrilled to have brian ten chen i'm sorry accident in he is he'll you'll be brian tension chen for this week he is of course lead technology consumertechnology writer at the new york times six years i didn't realize you've been there that long that's awesome there's this i have the iphone acts on me yes i made by us of all people must have the most difficulty uh calling at the eye for had yeah i i had problems of our mac os stand here as the caught affects all the time it had gone up by a honor apple didgeridoo your blogger audie so yeah i potential of and hard for me it's hard for everybody it's kind of a weird saying um so god by the way i loved you the way you reviewed the iphone 10 in new york times the iphone ten is cool wrote brian but that doesn't mean you're ready for it it's it's kind of kind of an arresting headline read that and then you have to click through and you'll you'll see what i mean why when he got through the first few paragraphs of the the review you know it's it found that the ipu ten is bad it's not it's the best iphone ever made but my point being that i think that a lot of people who aren't really used to have an abrupt changes in technology probably aren't gonna want the iphone tat right today that whole buttons gone to way that you turn on the phone is gone i every everything is totally different but i think you know there are plenty of people who are technology and do his he has to embrace change and artists cool with it well i'm empty i think it fight for them to spend thousands of hours get the iphone tenant he gets grade.
"albany" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"That i i should go for warm relationship to another psalm looking for something else here's what it is if he had approached you like that which you have at least had more respect for what he was telling you not that you would have done it i will have more respect for it in albany appreciate today auto like when we were talking deterring i'm carpet pay fan by i didn't migration of even wasting my time going out with them that night and by clearly that was all you want the from the beginning and you know he should pony like right away that attitude toward bad look i guess some guys would they may run out find another girlfriend some girls might do these two and they're really not ready and they don't tell you that and then things get physical and they get into this natural progression and then you find out all by the way i'm not really capable of doing this he and your heartbroken you're upset i guess he was trying to avoid that but it doesn't sound like he did a very good job and not only that but there's a lot of girls that honestly probably we would be down for that too i just think that you have to know your audience a little and also watch your approach when it comes to that yeah i get i honestly you sure maybe i should have i told them a different board but but i mean other than that i don't think there's anything wrong i doubt you're on at eight and website are you really are you there who get married like i i work there are say hi where he didn't think that people like that except that i thought those on commercial out i mad and the world i'm trying to help you but i can't really so do you want me to set you guys up on another day to i'm gonna pay for it at any interests on my show in the are you still have to do it one witness if you're not doing a very good job of selling it with compassion because i stand by my are third my original pigment mike i spent the part in patient could have been better other combat that i have no regrets minute i'm mike at now this is laughable now no thank you now absolutely not maybe if he had not used the.